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Schtonk! : eine Kömodie

Author: Götz GeorgeUwe OchsenknechtHelmut DietlUlrich LimmerGünter RohrbachAll authors
Publisher: [Münich] : Bavaria Film/WDR : Distributed by FoxVideo ; [London] Artificial Eye [distributor], 1992.
Edition/Format:   VHS video : PAL color broadcast system : VHS tape   Visual material : GermanView all editions and formats
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A black comedy that tells the true story of the greatest press scandal since the war--the forging of the Hitler diaries and their publication in respected magazines and newspapers around the world. A forger and a journalist team up and claim to have "discovered" the diaries of Hitler and milk the scoop for as long as they can.
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Genre/Form: Comedy films
Feature films
Drama
Named Person: Adolf Hitler; Adolf Hitler
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Götz George; Uwe Ochsenknecht; Helmut Dietl; Ulrich Limmer; Günter Rohrbach; Bavaria Film.; Fox Video (Firm); Artificial Eye (Firm)
OCLC Number: 145464696
Notes: Original German version with English subtitles.
Credits: Director of photography, Xaver Schwarzenberger ; art directors, Götz Weidner, Benedikt Herforth ; editor, Tanja Schmidbauer ; sound, Chris Price ; music, Konstantin Wecker.
Cast: Götz George, Uwe Ochsenknecht, Veronica Ferres, Christiane Hörbiger, Harald Juhnke, Martin Benrath, Dagmar Manzel, Herman Lause, Karl Schönböck, Rolf Hoppe.
Description: 1 videocassette (107 min.) : sd., col. with b&w sequences ; 1/2 in.
Details: VHS (PAL standard), Dolby stereo, wide screen format.
Responsibility: von Helmut Dietl ; eine Produktion der Bavaria Film in zusammenarbeit met der WDR ; Drehbuch, Helmut Dietl, Ulrich Limmer ; Produzenten, Günter Rohrbach und Helmut Dietl ; Regie, Helmut Dietl.

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A black comedy that tells the true story of the greatest press scandal since the war--the forging of the Hitler diaries and their publication in respected magazines and newspapers around the world. A forger and a journalist team up and claim to have "discovered" the diaries of Hitler and milk the scoop for as long as they can.

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